Best 3 New NL Batting Stances

Mon, Aug 6, 2012

2012 Week in Review, NL Teams

Nothing makes me happier than seeing Anthony Rizzo, Andrew McCutchen and Colby Rasmus switch their batting stances to something more funky. However, there are 3 players I hadn’t seen in majors before this season. They are the NL’s finest and need to be celebrated. Thank you, Dodgers, Brewers and Reds for employing these gems.
MLB Week in Review: 8/6/12
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